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Live Life to the Fullest, and Focus on the Positive.

Celebrate Life @ Work


 
 


Christmas



Christmas is forever, not for just one day, for loving, sharing, giving, are not to put away like bells and lights and tinsel, in some box upon a shelf. The good you do for others is good you do yourself.

Bijaya Sammilani



Dhaker Awaj holo Mridu, Mayer hasi holo Mlaan, Ebar Mago biday tobe Asche bachchar abar hobe, Sabai ke Ma rakhis sukhe, Bijoya hok MISTI MUKHE Sango holo pujor bela, Aaj mayer jabar pala, Asche bochhor aabar hobe, Mone te ei aasha robe, Suru holo sindhur khela, Bijoya sarbo ei bela, Tai aamar bishesh dhara, Sms e Bijoya sara,

Rakhi Bandhan



Times and money changes many things. But the love and the bond we share never changes. This Rakhi brings all the blessings, love and care for you. The memories may fade away with time but the love and special bond we share will grow ever stronger with each day... Happy Raksha Bandhan Wishes to You! We gain and lose things everyday. But trust me on one thing. You will never lose me. I will always be here. Happy Raksha Bandhan

Colours of Unity



Holi is an integral part of our culture. Excluding any kind of ill mannerisms, Holi is a unique festival of sheer fun and colors. Every year Holi (�Dol� as they say in Bengal) is celebrated in the office premises after the working hours. The joy and smiles of the actively participating members makes the atmosphere special and memorable. As the rules, no member uses any permanent, toxic or harmful colors, neither does anyone break the barrier of behavioral modesty. As Dev Infotech has created a family like working culture, its always been kept as so. The colors of the cheerful Holi transforms into the Colors of Unity.

Diwali



The auspicious occasion of Diwali (festival of lights) is celebrated in our office with pure devotion and enthusiasm. The whole of the office premises are decorated with flowers and lights. Creatively designed Rangolis made with handcrafted mud lamps, colors and flowers, are built on the floor and immolated to Lord Ganesha and Laxmi Maata. We regard our office as a place for worship of the work, so it is natural to ourselves to obey these beautiful cultural rituals. And the festival itself is the festival of lights, so all of us unitedly pray for the enlightenment of our inner selves which can reflect on our professional work and behavior, and bring prosperity upon it.